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  • Older Residents Leave Kansas For Low-Tax States

    Older Residents Leave Kansas For Low-Tax States0

    Kansas is seeing a significant outmigration of families and businesses for destinations with more friendly tax climates, and the Adjusted Gross Income loss is even worse. As documented in our 2022 Green Book, U.S. Census data shows that Kansas is the 39th worst in total domestic migration since 2000, with a net loss of 185,509

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  • High March 2022 Kansas Tax Collection: Time for Tax Relief

    High March 2022 Kansas Tax Collection: Time for Tax Relief0

    In March 2022, the state of Kansas took in a total tax revenue of $679.6 million, which was a whopping 13.4% greater than the estimates for this month. This includes a sales tax collection that was 7.0% higher than expected and an income tax collection that was 16.9% higher than expected. The revenue collected for

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  • Kansas Needs Long-Term Rate Reductions, Not Election Year Rebates

    Kansas Needs Long-Term Rate Reductions, Not Election Year Rebates0

    Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has proposed a $250 tax rebate for every taxpayer in Kansas next year. The $455 million price tag on this policy is proposed to be paid for using an anticipated $2.9 billion tax surplus by June of 2022. While one-time election-year rebates are a form of tax relief,  taxpayers are far

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